Personhood, Self-Consciousness, and the First-Person Perspective

Self-consciousness, first-person reference, and personal identity are linked fields of research. The book contains contributions from international researchers about topics like pre-reflective and reflexive consciousness, embodiment, temporality, self-location, and the practical implications of personal identity. Among the contributors are Amit Anurag, Irene Breuer, Tony Cheng, Heidi Haanila, Markus Herrmann, Muriel Leuenberger, Maik Niemeck and Jörg Noller.

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Markus Herrmann holds a doctorate in philosophy and is a private lecturer in philosophy at the University of Heidelberg. He works in the Section for Ethics and Patient-oriented Care at the National Centre for Tumour Diseases in Heidelberg.
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